GPI executive director announces keynote speakers, panel topics for 2010 World Stem Cell Summit

March 26, 2017

"Hospital Perspectives of Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine"

"Risks and Rip-Offs: Where to Draw the Line on Stem Cell Tourism"

"Healing Our Wounded Warriors: Armed Forces Investment in Regenerative Medicine"

"Stem Cell Progress" sessions covering diabetes; neurological disorders, including Parkinson's Disease and ALS; aging; cancer; blindness; paralysis, including spinal cord injury and MS

The World Stem Cell Summit is the flagship international event uniting the stem cell community by bringing together scientists, patients, advocates, business people, investors, educators, ethicists, policy makers, government representatives, and others to network and learn from each other. In 2010, the Summit will attract more than 1,200 attendees from 30 nations, 60 exhibitors and more than 200 endorsing organizations and media partners from around the world.

The Genetics Policy Institute presents the Summit, which is co-hosted in 2010 by the State of Michigan, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, and the University Research Corridor, which includes the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and Wayne State University.

SOURCE Genetics Policy Institute